Lasize, 2-sided free-standing fireplace
Lasize is a free-standing fireplace from Dutch manufacturer Xaralyn, which allows you to see the flames from 2 sides of the fireplace. The design of Lasize makes it possible to use it as a small room divider or as a free-standing piece of furniture in the middel of the room.
Xaralyn Lasize is built in MDF and on this model it has been given a paint and treatment that gives it a gray concrete look.
With Lasize you get the freedom to move the fireplace around as you wish. Because wheather you choose it as a biofireplace or Opti-myst, there is no need to connect a flue or chimney. The fireplace weighs just around 37 kg. and it is therefore recommended that you are 2 people when moving it around.
Choose a burner
You can choose between two different burners for this fireplace from Xaralyn. Choose whether you want it with a bioethanol burner or a Opti-myst burner.
The difference between the two is that a bioethanol burner creates real fire and an Opti-myst fireplace creates flame effects using water vapors and LED lights. See the specifications for the two different burners below:
Xaralyn 5820LB Bioethanol Burner
5820LB is a bioethanol burner developed and manufactured by Xaralyn themself and has the following specifications:
- 2.0 litres capacity
- Approx. 0.5 litres bioethanol usage per hour
- Approx. 3 kW heat output
- Safety glass for both sides of the fire is included
- Lighter and refuelling funnel is included
- No need for electricity
Learn more about the Xaralyn 5820LB Bioethanol Burner here.
Cassette 600 is an Opti-Myst burner developed and made by Dimplex. It creates a flame-effect using water vapours.
- Electricity usage is 200 Watt per hour
- Adjustable flame effect
- Remote control is included
- Needs an electricity connection
- Burn time is approx. 6-8 hours per filling of water
Learn more about the Dimplex Cassette 600 here.
Installation of Xaralyn Lasize
At delivery, the fireplace will be almost completely assembled. You will only need to fit the included burner. This is done by simply placing the burner into the cutout in the fireplace. Before the fireplace is ready to use, the glass needs to be fitted to the bioethanol burner or the Opti-Myst burner needs to be connected to electricity.